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Greg Casey, sales director at Digital Realty and Davin Cody, CTO at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, will explore the key findings from latest report, The Drivers and Challenges of Ireland’s IT Landscape. The research report, commissioned by Digital Realty and HPE, explores the current IT landscape in Ireland and identifies challenges and pain points facing Irish enterprises today. It also provides insight into what the future looks like from an IT perspective.
As the largest provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral data centre, colocation and interconnection solutions globally, Digital Realty partnered with HPE to better understand the current challenges facing Irish businesses when it comes to building the right IT environment that is not only secure but can scale with their business as required. This is the first instalment of several studies to track the evolution of the data centre sector in Ireland.
Attendees can register online here.
Goethe-Institut, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
What exactly are quantum technologies and what impact will they have they have on society? What opportunities do they offer and what questions do they pose? Can the arts help us to better understand and communicate about them? ‘Entangled’, a public event hosted by the Goethe-Institut in Dublin on Wednesday, 7 December, will delve into these questions.
The event forms part of ‘Living in a Quantum State’, a new initiative by the Goethe-Institut, which aims to foster public dialogue around the use of quantum technologies and their relationship with the arts. The event will be moderated by Ann O’Dea (CEO Silicon Republic, Future Human) and will feature speakers from the creative sector and academia, including musician and astrophysics graduate, Emma Garnett (alias Fehdah); Dr Florian Carle from the Yale Quantum Institute; and more.
For more information, visit: goethe.de/quantum.